Quatuor Mosaïques is the most prominent period-instrument quartet performing today. Comprised of Austrians Erich Höbarth, Andrea Bischof (violins), Anita Mitterer (viola) and French cellist Christophe Coin, the ensemble has garnered praise for its atypical decision to use gut-stringed instruments, which, in combination with its celebrated musicianship, has cultivated their unique sound.
“[The Quartet] played with finesse, dramatic intent, grace, intelligence, and beautiful sonority.". —Le Monde
“Simply close one's eyes and the musical vitality is instantly apparent.” —The Independent (London)
Quartet in B-flat Major, K. 458 “The Hunt” MOZART: Quartet in D minor, K. 421 HAYDN: Quartet in C Major, Opus 20 no. 2